5 November, 03:19
Would the eurpeans have take the same course in africa if the people there had been Christian like them selves
5 November, 05:15
Well, that's an interesting question: we don't know for sure.
So, on the one hand, they claimed that they would not enslave other Christians, and we have reasons to think that they would treat other Christians as "equal" (that was the difference in Europe between the Lithuanians, which converted to Christianity and still exist today and Prussians that didn't and don't), which would mean that they would not.
But on the other hand, what they did was already against Christian morals, and i don't find it unlikely that they would have found an excuse or a loophole; in the end, slavery was directed by greed.
Know the Answer?
New Questions in History
The graphs below show the changes in the relative concentrations of two genes in the air surrounding a group of mice. which porocess in the mice most likely accounds for the changes shown?
Which model best summarizes the importance of solar energy for life on Earth? A. The rock cycle O O B. The carbon cycle O c. A food chain OD. A consumer index
During wich war did african americans see limted combat and served in mostly support roles
The introduction of oil paint in northern europe allowed artists to:
What colonies did England form in the late 1500s 1600s
» Would the eurpeans have take the same course in africa if the people there had been Christian like them selves